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Unregistered 08-27-2005 09:52 PM

does the type of water efffect the growth of plants
 
I am doing biology project.The topic is does the type of water effect the growth of plants. I've chosen the water.But i havent decide the plant yet. And also very few varieties are available. so does it work if i use the plant like maiz or chilly.

Mad Scientist 08-28-2005 08:54 AM

Botany Science Fair Project
 
Given your chosen topic, I think you should be experimenting with 1 plant and different types of water. What sort of water are you experimenting with? Are you varying the level of acidity of the water? The type of plant should be control variable - meaning that you shouldn't do the experiment with different types of plants.

Do take a look at the Science Fair Coach section for an explanation of what's an independent variable and what's a control variable. Go to:

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wisteria 10-14-2005 09:50 PM

i think grass seed or beans are easier they grow faster...

ScienceIsCool 10-18-2005 10:13 AM

This site is dedicated to helping each other and advancing the cause of science. It is the intention that counts, and not how "smart" a person is. In fact, we are ALL learning. Even if a person thinks they are clever, there's always someone else who is "cleverer". So, it's incorrect to label someone as smart or dumb.

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ScienceKookies 10-21-2005 05:05 PM

Well,I suggest using bean plants or maybe some corn plants.They both grow quite fast.If you are using the corn plants then start with seeds and then work your way up.I have a friend who is doing the same kind of thing but with different types of liquid instead.

wisteria 10-22-2005 10:32 PM

thanks scienceiscool and sciencekookies that is a good idea :D keep up with the good work ;)

satfire311 11-10-2005 02:39 PM

Definatley, if the minerals in the water are different, it could help(or destroy)the said plant.

wisteria 11-12-2005 03:14 AM

what about the soil?

Mad Scientist 11-12-2005 07:09 AM

What were you thinking of regarding the soil?
 
Was there something specific that you had in mind?

imlikelost 12-29-2005 04:14 PM

plants
 
i think that you should do some plants that will live without sunlight. or that they won't die easily. i learned from my mom and brother that you vcan't use regular plants.lol.


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